News archive from 15 March 2015

Borussia Dortmund 0-0 Cologne: Hosts settle for a point as Jurgen Klopp's side struggle to break down...

Borussia Dortmund had to settle for a point after they were held to a second successive Bundesliga draw at home to Cologne on Saturday. A win would have sent Jurgen Klopp’s side just one point behind ninth placed Werder Bremen, but they were unable to...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Nigel Pearson appears to call journalist a 'p****' in tetchy press conference after Leicester draw with...

Nigel Pearson has been caught on camera appearing to swear at a journalist after taking issue with a line of questioning. The Leicester City manager was picked up on microphone seeming to call the reporter a ‘p****’ under his breath as his press...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 

Red Bull are being let down by engine suppliers Renault, says Adrian Newey

The man designing Sir Ben Ainslie’s America’s Cup yacht says: ‘To be honest, I know nothing about boats. Boats have never been a passion of mine.’ Nor can he swim. So speaks Adrian Newey, a Picasso with a 4H pencil, who can claim to be the finest...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 
Port Vale 0-1 Swindon Town: Fans' verdict on 'timewasting' Swindon and a poor attendance

Port Vale 0-1 Swindon Town: Fans' verdict on 'timewasting' Swindon and a poor attendance

SO, disappointment for Vale as they went down 1-0 at home to Swindon in front of 5,120 at Vale Park. But what did our fans' panel make of it all..... ANDREW BLAKEMORE, from Baddeley Green: "Overall an injustice today, a game we deserved to get...

 
A man who died in kayaking tragedy was off-duty policeman

A man who died in kayaking tragedy was off-duty policeman

A MAN who died in a kayaking accident was an off-duty police officer. The body of PC Allan McLean was found in water near Musselburgh shortly after an empty kayak was seen drifting three miles offshore. A fishing vessel raised the alarm after spotting...

 
Afghan comedy star Scott Hoatson: We moan about the heat and all the gear - then we remember no one is actually shooting at us

Afghan comedy star Scott Hoatson: We moan about the heat and all the gear - then we remember no one is...

WHEN the British Army pulled out of Camp Bastion in Afghanistan in October, the cast and crew of Bluestone 42 stood in silence to mark the occasion. The BBC series was filmed thousands of miles away from the war zone in South Africa. But playing an...

 
Louis van Gaal reveals what would make him quit Man Utd

Louis van Gaal reveals what would make him quit Man Utd

Louis van Gaal has revealed he would walk out on Manchester United if he didn't have the backing of the players. The Dutchman - who is under pressure to lead the club back into the Champions League - has struggled to get the best out of superstar...

 
Albion Rovers 3 Montrose 0: Third straight win for Coatbridge title hopefuls

Albion Rovers 3 Montrose 0: Third straight win for Coatbridge title hopefuls

Albion Rovers 3 Montrose 0 DARREN YOUNG last night admitted table-topping Albion Rovers needed a bit of luck to beat basement boys Montrose. The Cliftonhill men stayed a point clear at the League Two summit after recording a third straight victory....

 

Poldark heartthrob Aidan Turner hints at second series of BBC's hit period drama

Aidan, 31, who plays Captain Ross Poldark in the 18th century Cornish drama, let slip he will return to the area in September. It is the strongest sign yet that filming will restart later this year. The BBC's official line is that they will see how...

 

EXCLUSIVE: Raymond Blanc won't return to France until 'lazy law' is lifted

He claims the cut in working hours has killed off all spirit of enterprise and made people lazy. Blanc arrived in Britain in 1972 to work in a restaurant in Newbridge, Oxfordshire. He married the owner's daughter and began his rise up the culinary...

 

West Ham "want to re-sign Carlos Tevez in shock transfer swoop'

West Ham reportedly want to re-sign Carlos Tevez from Juventus in an unlikely transfer swoop. Tevez, who became a cult-hero at Upton Park during a 12 month stint during the 2006-2007 season, is currently enjoying life in Turin. But the Daily Mail says...

Metro, 00:40 in Sport
 

Marina And The Diamonds, Van Morrison, Mark Knopfler and Marcus Miller: Album reviews

There are no “interludes” here, no coloratura squeals or dreary series of grace notes. Instead we get euphoric Europop, owing much to the directness of True Blue-era Madonna, Marina's accented mezzo-soprano also recalling the late great Teena Marie at...

 

Swan Lake by St Petersburg Ballet Theatre Ballet review

Yes, her technique is top of the range, but you could say the same about Rembrandt and you would seriously miss the point. Out of the tools of their trades both artists conjure not just shapes, however skilful, but human emotions that both echo...

 

Theatre round-up: Game, Antigone and Kill Me Now: Reviews

After his award-winning King Charles III, Bartlett once again looks to the future to present this shockingly plausible vision of latter-day “bread and circuses”. Ashley and Carly (the excellent mike Noble and Jodie mcNee) are a homeless, unemployed...

 

Weill and Brecht's Rise And Fall Of The City Of Mahagonny: Opera review

Seemingly relevant to London today are the projected words: “Mahagonny Welcomes Millionaires”, in the languages of foreign investors. Es Devlin's set designs brilliantly follow the trajectory of the story. In the first act the stage is empty but for a...

 


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